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, f.b.i. agent was interviewed on the alex jones show and he said bill ayers would be betrayed by his own familiar friend and that 487 minutes from the beginning of his interview with alex jones, bill ayers, wearing a white vesture and garment would be eating a cheeseburger at mcdonald's and keel over dead and then it happened you would say larry's a profit. but we're not talking about 487 minutes before the big event. we're talking about 487 years. everybody was dead. you know, in the dead sea scrolls they found -- this is three or four centuries before christ, the comments of jews in regards to this prophesy and they shed much light that gabriel never used in the prophesy. they said it was 10 jubilees. gabriel said no, and understand from the command to build and restore jerusalem under the prince there would be seven weeks and three score and two weeks. >> president chiu: thank you very much. any other members of the public that wish to speak in general public comment? seeing none, general public comment is closed. madam clerk, could you call adoption calendar. >> clerk calvillo: 4
warped the kitchen cabinet. number 7, number 7, professor! >> sean: bill ayers. >> professor is racist! and number 8, you people... >> sean: you can't say any of these things. how is constitution -- you know, what are we supposed to call-- the document ratified in 1787. what are we supposed to say? how is that racist? >> i think we need to ask juan williams who, singled this out in a column earlier this year as a code word for racial bigotry that apparently if tea party people invoke the constitution, that somehow it is supposed to strike fear in the hearts of conservatives and essentially be a term to imply racism because we are tauging about the founding fathers. >> all right. what do you -- how is golf a code word? i am trying to figure that one out. >> this one is a head scratcher. there is one of these frothing co-hosts of one of these other cable tv stations that has apparently accused mitch mcconnell who, earliener his rnc convention speech made a joke about obama on the golf course all the time, training for the pga tour. this was warped somehow into, oh! this is supposed to co
! >> sean: bill ayers. >> professor is racist! and number 8, you people... >> sean: you can't say any of these things. how is constitution -- you know, what are we supposed to call-- the document ratified in 1787. what are we supposed to say? how is that racist? >> i think we need to ask juan williams who, singled this out in a column earlier this year as a code word for racial bigotry that apparently if tea party people invoke the constitution, that somehow it is supposed to strike fear in the hearts of conservatives and essentially be a term to imply racism because we are tauging about the founding fathers. >> all right. what do you -- how is golf a code word? i am trying to figure that one out. >> this one is a head scratcher. there is one of these frothing co-hosts of one of these other cable tv stations that has apparently accused mitch mcconnell who, earliener his rnc convention speech made a joke about obama on the golf course all the time, training for the pga tour. this was warped somehow into, oh! this is supposed to conjure up images of tiger woods and since tiger woods is
. >> greg: the reason he got the job is bill ayers was busy. interestingal jose padilla is an intern. d.o.j. is cool to have the representative enemies of the united states on the resume. you put it under hobbies and interest. adorable. you get right in. >> kimberly: let's talk about -- >> juan: don't i get a shot? >> kimberly: i was going to start with you. >> juan: let me say clarence darrell, thurgood marshall, great american lawyers part of -- >> greg: perry mason. >> juan: perry mason. all of those guys represent unpopular even rep he hencable people because in the american system they, too, deseven some defense. >> kimberly: you are right. >> juan: should we throw him out -- >> kimberly: no. no one is saying he was competent. dana made that case. his political persuasion and background is that of a prosecutor. so usually when you go to hire someone at the d.a.'s office as i've done before. do you have prosecutorial experience in no, i don't. >> greg: the bigger thing is, not just the fact he's doing his job. he does legitimately believe that the american taliban was not a terroris
did in that election cycle. i looked at relationship with bill ayers. he started has political career in the home of an unrepentant terrorist who was part of a group that bombed the pentagon, the capitol and new york city police headquarters. throughout the course of the campaign, he was asked one question, about bill ayers. he said he was just some guy in the neighborhood. do you think his policies represent some of his radical background? do you think he's more radical than you thought? yes? hands up. anybody? yes? yes? no. >> no. >> sean: would you hang now the reverend jeremiah wright's church 20 years? >> that part, no. >> sean: would you give a speech with an unrepentant terrorist who was part of a group called the weather underground. >> i should clarify-- >>> i am being really mean. >> no, ask the question. the truth is, is that i don't know the things that you are peeking on, then i can't have an opinion on t. but what i do believe is that my opinions that i do have of obama are based on the fact of what he has promised and what we actually got. i can't say a whole lot about
that dems created. with rahm have the guts to slay the dragon? why doesn't he make bill ayers superintendent of chicago schools and be done with it? 80% of eighth graders aren't up to speed in math which may qualify them for a teaching position. we have a teacher's union demanding raises for six-hour work day, the teachers must be one of the communities obama organized in chicago. but the good news is that kids are learning. daily lesson from the strike, how to demand more from government without giving more. how to throw a tantrum, known among unions as a strike. union math, how 5-3/4-hour work day, full benefit and requirement and 60% pay raise is still unfair. how to get an "a" though you turn in "d" work. 55% of students graduate from high school. so as a field trip, forget the aquarium. you can go to the picket lines and learn more about mod earn economics from watching this line of the angry and entitle entitled. what is that anger about? the teachers fear what they oppose on students. grades, evaluation. standards. how dare you expect me to do better. you must be racist or something.
. there is a reason bill ayers never bombed a college. those were his hearts and minds. >> great analogy. >> respond with facts. please call college campuses and teacher lounge. you assume that all college campuses are appeasement? >> greg: 80% are overwhelmingly liberal. no real american would care about. the anti-americanism is born in universities. it bleeds to the government civil servants, that is why we have it now. there is nobody in the white house and nobody academic that thinks the government is not at fault. >> bob: are you suggesting working for government is anti-american? >> greg: most professors are jeff whelmingly left wing. this is where you get the attitude. >> andrea: which is fascinating because media makes a living and is supposed to be embracing free speech is somehow apologizing for it. >> dana: the hollywood nonresponse is bizarre. they talk about everything all the time. all of a sud thane have gone mute. more -- all of a sudden they have gone mute. which is more telling. >> greg: and more of a relief. >> eric: i don't want to cut you off. can we throw the picture up of the
? president obama was hanging out with bill ayers and jeremiah cite. i was here. i'm not allowed to bring that up. >> i wish mitt romney would play like that. >> allen west, they've been dumping all over him, and he blew them away. do not mess with colonels who have not in combat. >> that's true. very true. >> sean: you mentioned something conservatives are saying. they want mitt to be more aggressive. you want it as well. >> yes. i think his campaign has been soft. his ads -- you impair his tads to obama -- compare his ads to obama. obama's ads are tough, well done, and on message. pounding the daylights out of him, and romney's or -- >> sean: i don't get it. i don't know why we're not seeing more pounding by him. do you think it starts next wednesday in colorado? >> sometimes he says positive things about obama. he cares about the middle class. no, barack obama doesn't care about the middle class. if he cared about the middle class, he wouldn't be putting through obama tax hikes on people in the middle class. >> let me just say that next wednesday night, this is it. they need to turn th
as usual. goes back to his chicago days with our pal reverend wright and bill ayers. i don't think the president is a loon. he certainly doesn't mind crazy folks around him. on the plus side for the democrats, michelle obama's speech was a good one. bill clinton will tee it up later this evening. the party is not dead but it is confused. it's hard to see how independent voters are going to be swayed by what's going on in charlotte. that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. dick morris closely following the democratic convention. author of the big best seller "screwed." and he joins us now. so, first of all, that was embarrassing, right? >> yeah. i think he needs a hearing aid. >> bill: he was going to do it no matter what. it was close. >> what should have happened was somebody should have had the chutzpa to demand a "roll call." >> that would take forever. >> i know. i think that the democratic leadership and he is part of that says we have got to get out of this. the word is and some of our reporters have mentioned it to me that barack obama himself said you better get god
devised by bill ayers in which they got $50 million from the annenberg foundation. this is how out to lunch conservatives are because walter annenberg was a conservative who gave $900 million to the left. that's, basically, what walter annenberg did through his foundation giving. anyway, the annenberg challenge was a challenge from the foundation to do a reform in inner city schools. the reform that the ayers did was to bring in radicals to indoctrinate k-12 students. but he never would have got the challenge money if he hadn't been supported by macarthur and these other, these other foundations. um, so his whole career right up to running for president, because where did the ground force for obama's candidacies come from? in those primaries to beat hillary clinton? they came from acorn and the, the,seiu which is a far-left government union. run by andy stern. they gave $60 million to the obama campaign. the unions, those unions gave $400 million. not to mention $100,000 -- 100,000 campaign workers. this is, basically, what we're facing. now, what's wrong with these foundations? i
and i am pleased with my chairmanship sunset and i will remain on the committee, bill ayer, chairman of the alaska air group, bill has been formally leading the group as chairman and ceo, who is an experienced aviator will be taken over the chairmanship on a go forward basis as we pass the baton at the air force base here in october. and if i may, the greater skies initiative was eliminated upon by both the deputy secretary and the acting administrator of just tremendous success stories and though i won't go into details about that, this collaboration, and does work with alaska airlines, with the faa over several years, moving tracks over water, reducing milestone, optimizing profiles and altering air traffic control procedures all enhance the navigational performance while alaska airlines, the largest carrier in seattle, what with others or reducing fuel and emissions today, reducing noise exposure in the community and alaska expects to save over 2 million gallons of fuel and only as a result of this collaborative effort. this is happening today in the seattle metroplex. mr. chairma
: absolutely. i don't know. you know, remember with president obama and bill ayers and reverend wright, continually, defended himself. so why isn't mitt romney stepping away from these people? i don't agree with ralph reed or todd akin? he's not doing that. >> the plan is to step -- he's obviously cleared himself of newt gingrich a long time ago and todd akin, they came out directly against because they didn't have a choice and my favorite was that he kept saying i would have used different words. that kind of thing. he keeps saying i would have used different words like perhaps thate language is different than our syntax. >> stephanie: you were saying the plane incident -- >> i don't think somebody realizes how worried some of us were. what do you mean? of some us. just say you. it's your wife. i don't think some of you realize how worried i was. my wife is in this plane. it is a scary -- >> stephanie: we were worried about the wife unit person. >> thing landing correct. mayday mayday. >> stephanie: right back on
. if i may, i think i tend to be a cadence person, and when i think about these past two years and bill ayer now moving into the chair role from the neck -- >> and by the way, this is by the good work of task force five work being with the fcc -- but the fact for industry stakeholders to have a seat at the table, to respond to the fcc which are complex, seattle is different than new york, north texas is different than atlanta, but the ability to talk about these complexish shies and respond to the task-in, but i think first and foremost keep the committee in place with a cadence put in place for federal advisory meeting cadence with the faa. number two, continue the task-ins. so the task-ins that have come across -- >> and we go live this morning to the newseum here in washington to hear remarks from homeland security secretary janet napolitano. she'll discuss cybersecurity threats facing the u.s. she's joining several other panelists at this summit. this is live coverage on car accident span 2. -- c-span2. >> every one of our panelists are going to be taking questions, and i encourage
importante como ayer que se le viÓ a bill clinton, porque puede cometer un error que le cueste la presidencia a barack obama. >>> el presidente tiene una reputaciÓn y tradicion, a veces decir lo que no es correcto en el peor momento pero tambiÉn es parte. y muchos votantes lo quieren mucho. Él representa la clase trabajadora. estado coms como michigan. que han sido golpeados en esta economÍa. y relacionarse con esos votantes, a an glosajones y tambiÉn con minorÍas. >>> vamos a escuchar los Últimos minutos del vice presidente joe biden que aceptÓ la nominacion de su partido para la reelecciÓn escuchemos. (vÍtores y aplausos). ♪ (mÚsica) ♪ (vÍtores y aplausos). >>> aquÍ hemos escuchado Únicamente en este momento, pero durante el transcurso de la noche. un ambiente festivo, luis. hay mucha mÚsica. casi parece una fiesta. >>> realmente una fiesta, hay un entusiasmo y es parte de la estrategia de la campaÑa pero no han tenido que trabajar demasiado duro. esta gente estÁ realmente dispuesta a salir a luchar, a salir a trabajar en estos 60 dÍas que quedan de aqui a noviembre. >
republicans, policies like tax breaks for million ayers, like tearing a struggling country's safety net to shreds, like onning instructing a jobs bill because you don't want the president to get a win? your problem republicans, with all due respect is not mitt romney. and it's not ben bernanke. your problem is that your policies hurt people. so go ahead and obstruct and then go home for two months. progressives we know what we have to do. on november 6th, we have to make sure that these obstructionists will stay home for good. now, speaking of frustrating republicans, we have got breaking news out of wisconsin tonight. the circuit judge there has just struck down governor scott walker's law restricting collective bargaining rights for state workers. this law, you remember was a big reason for governor walker's recall back in june, and this afternoon governor walker released a statement saying . . . now technically the vote was all about him and not the law, but still today's events could set up a show down at the state supreme court or maybe even higher. joining me
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